Cross-curricular topics teaching resources: Shopping

Resources and ideas for cross-curricular topics, shopping, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Year 1 Wish You Were Here Topic Homework Grid

Year 1 Wish You Were Here Topic Homework Grid

A topic homework grid for year 1 based around the seaside topic of wish you were here. This topic homework grid is sent home to parents for children to complete an activity. Fun activities in Literacy, Maths and foundation subjects relating to the seaside, sandcastles, sea animals and more!

By jessmurray10

Breakfast - the most important meal of the day

Breakfast - the most important meal of the day

Breakfast - the most important meal of the day - Reading comprehension + Writing for Upper Intermediate studentsReading activities: matching the titles to the paragraphs of the text; matching sentences halves; answering questions; references and opposites. Writing a similar text only this time about lunch.

By Olynj

Food Packaging Nets: Chocolate Boxes

Food Packaging Nets: Chocolate Boxes

This lesson introduces pupils to using nets to create packages for food products. This pack includes the lesson plan and notebook slides. I have also included a link in the planning to the website where I found the paper resources to save you creating your own.In the next lesson, we used the net templates to create boxes for our own brand of chocolate bar. This can be found under 'Food Packaging Lesson 2' in my shop. My classes really enjoyed these lessons and I'm sure yours will too!

By Klein100

Food Packaging Nets: Chocolate Boxes Lesson 2

Food Packaging Nets: Chocolate Boxes Lesson 2

This is the second lesson of two which enables children to design and make their own packaging for a product. My classes designed packaging for their chocolate products but it is very easy to adapt these lessons for a different product. Needless to say, my classes really enjoyed making the packaging and got to recap nets for 3D shapes at the same time!I've included links in the planning which take you to the paper resources to save you having to find them.

By Klein100

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Japan

Japan

A lovely resource containing 40 pages of photos and information about Japanese life and culture, such as food, clothing, city life, marshal arts, shrines, temples and sakura blossoms!A useful resource for students of all ages. You could use this resource in class to inspire discussions, art projects or creative writing tasks.This presentation is in PDF format.

By cassieborodenko

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Asian Countries Bundle

Asian Countries Bundle

This bundle introduces the interesting and colourful Asian countries of China, India and Japan. These resources help you to travel the world from the comfort of your classroom!

By cassieborodenko

Online Shopping PowerPoint Template

Online Shopping PowerPoint Template

Make Tech Savy ppt presentation with the help of Online Shopping PowerPoint TemplateKey Features of Online Shopping PowerPoint Template* Simple color-coded format* Easy to use with Text* Facilitates communication with customer* Save hours on making presentation* Attractive charts and diagrams* Reasonable price* Slides – 21 Slides

By TemplatesStore

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Morocco

Morocco

This resource introduces the Kingdom of Morocco. It contains over 30 beautiful images of the countryside, towns, buildings, people and markets, for you to show your students, along with facts and interesting information about the country.A useful resource for students of all ages who are interested in learning more about other countries, cultures and ways of life. I'm sure this resource will spark plenty of class discussions, as well as activities, such as designing your own Moroccan style shoes, lamps or boxes.Please note this resource is a PDF.

By cassieborodenko

World Book Day Resources

World Book Day Resources

20 different fun reading resources for your classroom. There are Thinking Hat resources, Motivational Reading Posters, 30 hours of exercises for ESL students, lots of read and spot activities, and even some simple reading flashcards. In addition, there are reading worksheets you can use with any KS1 or KS2 reading book... try it today! Make this year's World Book day even more special! You will have resources you can use year after year!

By peterfogarty

MONEY

MONEY

Money talks:money vocabulary

By Olynj

Money

Money

Money talks:money vocabulary

By Olynj

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Africa Bundle

Africa Bundle

A collection of resources about the diverse African continent. These resources contain facts and images for you to show your students, for you to feel like you are travelling the world from the comfort of your classroom!

By cassieborodenko

Multicultural Bundle

Multicultural Bundle

I have created presentations about different aspects of living in harmony with other people from other nations. It is great for harmony day and also the International Day For The Elimination Of Racial Discrimination. I have included a range of different presentations of different countries around the world. You are able to compare and contrast lives in other places. I have included stories from India, as this is the largest ethnic minority in the UK, and I thought it would be nice to see the differences and similarities between the two countries. I have also included 2 presentations about the Brexit (Brexit Conversation Ideas and International Day For the Elimination of Racial Discrimination - which covers Britain pre- and post Brexit and its crime rates).

By peterfogarty

Defnyddio Arian - Rhesymu

Defnyddio Arian - Rhesymu

Cyfrifo costau teganau Toys R Us drwy lluosi a rhannu. Cwestiynau geiriol i ymarfer sgiliau rhesymu. Defnyddio arian, lluosi a rhannu, haneru a dyblu, rhesymu3 haenCA2 - Bl.4-6

By Roseborne88

Consumer Word Problems & Menu: Department Store Math

Consumer Word Problems & Menu: Department Store Math

Spice up your basic math program with Department Store Math! This fun and effective book teaches the basics of addition and subtraction through the use of real-life shopping situations. From backpacks to blow dryers, nearly everything you might shop for in a department store can be found on the colorful price list (included) that generates hundreds of math word problems. Students will have a great time as they refer to the price list to figure costs, total sales tickets, calculate sales tax, apply coupons, and more! So help your students understand the practical reasons for learning math as they "shop" their way to math success with this motivating and solidly-conceived book.

By RemediaPub

Money: Two-Step Money Problems, Add and Subtract, Count up to or back

Money: Two-Step Money Problems, Add and Subtract, Count up to or back

This product relates to money. Its aim is to encourage students to use different skills to find solutions to a two-step problem.Aimed at: Keystage 1/Lower Keystage 2.Ideal for revising adding up coins and to finding how much more money to pay for an item. The worksheets start off with small denominations and then it increases to 50p and £1.There are 60 differentiated worksheets.- Worksheet 1 - up to 10p (11 pages)- Worksheet 2 - up to 20p (11 pages)- Worksheet 3 - up to 30p (12 pages)- Worksheet 4 - up to 50p (12 pages)- Worksheet 5 - up to £1.00 (14 pages)Description:The worksheet is divided into 3 columns.The first column contains the price of the item.The second column shows the coins the customer uses to pay for the item but unfortunately it is not enough.The problem is in two parts: - 1. Add up the total amount of the coins and write it in the blank box.2. Find out how much the customer is short by, i.e. how much more he/she has to pay and then fill in the box.The space above the box in the third column is for the student to show their workings out.Skills required: addition, subtraction, counting on/back.Provide hundred charts, number lines, coins, small objects for the students.File Type: Word and pdf.Royalty free images sourced via Microsoft clipart.Thanks for looking.

By Ro_Milli0110

Money: Cut and Paste Sorting Coins Activities to pay for items up to 10p, 20p, 50p and £1

Money: Cut and Paste Sorting Coins Activities to pay for items up to 10p, 20p, 50p and £1

This is a cut and paste activity pack relating to money.Aimed at: Keystage 1/Lower Keystage 2 and SEN.Useful resource to assess and review student's knowledge of coins and value and using exact change to pay for items.The pack contains a set of cut/paste worksheets with prices of items.- Items up to 10p (14 pages)- Items up to 20p (13 pages)- Items up to 50p (13 pages)- Items up to £1.00 (14 pages)Each item costs the same but it has been paid for by two people using different coins that add up the same amount as the item. The students look at how much the item costs, cut out the coins, sort, total the amount and decide which coins to stick below each picture.File Type: Word and pdf.Royalty free images from Microsoft clipart.

By Ro_Milli0110

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Around the World Bumper Bundle

Around the World Bumper Bundle

A collection of resources to spark your students' interest in the world around them! Each resource in this bundle is a carefully made presentation, containing splendid images and interesting facts about different countries and cultures.

By cassieborodenko

What am I (with food and drinks)

What am I (with food and drinks)

Pupils try to guess the food and match them with the pictures. Healthy and unhealthy food, drinks, fruits and vegetables, in addition to adjectives. This game can be played in teams.

By Olynj

Decisions About Money A Complete IB PYP Unit of Inquiry

Decisions About Money A Complete IB PYP Unit of Inquiry

How does money affect everyday life? The struggle becomes real for the kids with many critical thinking activities. Through all of the curricular areas, the children learn about the origins of money, the difference between wants and needs, banking and budgeting and they explore the myriad of ways decisions about money can affect our lives. The culmination dives into careers and how our choice of career will ultimately shape our lifestyle. Lots of hands on inquiry into social studies, math and literacy. With over 90 pages, this interactive complete unit of inquiry, with the IB PYP theme of How We Organise Ourselves is full of engaging inquiry based learning. Both U.K & USA spelling. Most money activities have no denomination to make it more international.  Central idea: Decisions about money shape everyday life.Lines of inquiry: Where did money originate?Why do we use money?Goods vs ServicesHow does money shape daily life?You will find: Web questsMath- decimal fractionsMulti step problem solvingMath- shopping activities, critical thinkingHomes around the world: scarcity and abundanceClose reading: the effect of the Gold Rush on America, the story of the Bank of EnglandLiteracy: Excerpts from Treasure Island by Robert Louis StevensonCool websites and moviesAnd much moreYou may also be interested in the many other products that I have created specifically for the IB PYP. You can find classroom materials, hands on, inquiry based activities for math and literacy as well as complete units of inquiry for all of the themes. Check out my blog for ideas too. Enjoy!Susan Powerswww.pypteachingtools.com

By susanpowers09

FRUIT & VEG ROLE PLAY SHOP TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1 FOOD HEALTHY EATING

FRUIT & VEG ROLE PLAY SHOP TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1 FOOD HEALTHY EATING

Resources included are as follows:62 PDF AND PPT files for you to print. Photo pack of fruits and vegetables.40 A5 flashcards of different fruit and veg to use as display or for role play props.Fruit and veg shop sign, welcome to our shop sign, location signs for different zones within the shop, open and closed sign, please pay here sign, thank you for shopping sign, jobs list to complete, receipt to write, price list to fill in, price promotion posters, price tags, opening times sign, staff of the day sign, stock take form, shopping list to fill in, notes pad, face masks and hand puppets in colour and black and white, order form, promotion poster to make, special offers sign, staff role play badges, food display words for around the shop, coins to use to spend in shop.Acrostic poem to complete, food diary, all about fruit and veg booklet to fill in, mind map, 3 word searches, writing frames, writing booklet cover to make into project, sentence writing sheet, alphabetical order worksheet, apple counting task, colouring pages, speech bubbles to complete to evidence role play work, draw a harvest, harvest information presentation, harvest photo cards, make a mobile, money denominations poster, money fans, draw a farmer task, food words and pictures matching cards game, make a mobile, sharing apples cut and stick task, shops sums maths activity, hand writing practise sheets. Display materials including borders, backing paper, large lettering to spell ‘fruit and veg shop’, long banner to head wall display, sack tag, binder cover and drawer labels, learning objective tracker.

By hayleyhill

Introducing Money, Shops and Shopping and Money Games and Activities Bundle

Introducing Money, Shops and Shopping and Money Games and Activities Bundle

This fabulous bundle offers a wealth of resources for teaching children about money. The bundle consists of three Resource/Topic Packs, each of which would normally cost £2.40 BUT work out at £1.80 each when bought as a bundle. See details below:Introducing Money - A stimulating collection of resources based around the introduction of money. Includes, large PowerPoint, coin cards, money dominoes and worksheets.Shops and Shopping - An exciting collection of resources based around the topic of shops and shopping. Includes, PowerPoint slideshow, 2 money loop games and 10 worksheets.Money Games and Activities - A fun collection of resources based on the topic of money. Includes money bingo, money 'fish' game, money pairs game, money tracks and smartboard activities

By jessplex

Money, its Functions and Characteristics Economics A Level / IB / GCSE PPTs (30 slides)

Money, its Functions and Characteristics Economics A Level / IB / GCSE PPTs (30 slides)

Superior quality PPTs for A Level / IB / GCSE Economics PPTs for the Topic: Money, its Functions and Characteristics. Covers the following topics:Money, as distinct from 'income' and 'wealth'Functions of moneyCharacteristics of moneyCredit cards, Debit cards, Electronic money and the concept of liquidity (whether assets are liquid or illiquid)Commodity moneyThe barter system and the problem of double coincidence of wantsContains easily digestible points/explanations with appropriate amount of on-screen text that makes note taking easy for students of all abilities, whether native or non-native users of English.Can be easily complemented with any standard A Level (e.g. Anderton), IB (e.g. Tragakes) or AP (e.g. Krugman) texts for effective delivery of the unit.Tried and tested in various learning environments with strong results in terms of student understanding.

By EconomicsTeacherinChina

Budget Lines, Indifference Curves, Equimarginal Principle Economics A Level PPTs (49 slides)

Budget Lines, Indifference Curves, Equimarginal Principle Economics A Level PPTs (49 slides)

Beautifully presented PPTs for A Level Economics (49 slide megapack!) covering the following topics all in one package: Budget Lines, Indifference Curves and the Equimarginal Principle, as well as clear, accurate and easy-to-follow explanations and examples to effectively demonstrate these difficult topics.Includes 10 high quality diagrams (see preview for an example) and ensures all necessary parts of these topics are covered, including the cases of perfect complements, perfect substitutes, inferior goods and Giffen goods. Also demonstrates the Equimarginal principle using a simple numerical example that all students can follow.Tried and tested even in English as a second language environments and subsequently improved through a number of previous versions.

By EconomicsTeacherinChina